We are pleased to provide details of forthcoming Nutrition, HACCP, Auditing, Food Safety Management courses for Autumn 2018
Level 3 Award in Nutrition for Health RSPH on 29, 30 October and 2nd November 2018 (3 days – a very interesting course linked to government targets, taking in psychology and behaviour of the UK population, in addition to the science)
Level 3 HACCP in Food Manufacturing on 10 and 12 September (2 days)
Level 3 HACCP in Food Manufacturing also on 10th and 17th September (2 days).
Level 3 Auditing and Inspection Skills in Food Manufacturing (1 day with preliminary tasks) Monday 5 November 2018
Level 4 HACCP in Food Manufacturing 10, 17, 25 September and 1 October, exam dates on 5 October or 12 October (candidates each choose)
Level 4 Food Safety Management in Catering (or in Manufacturing) September 3rd, 10, 17, 24 and 1st October, and exam on Friday 5th or Friday 12th October 2018 (candidates each choose)
RSPH Level 4 Award in Nutrition for Sports/Nutrition for Health: 29, 30 October and 2nd November 2018, followed by candidate’s project in area of interest (which is completed with trainer support and guidance) in their own time to be submitted within three months.
Once booked, your class will run (no minimum numbers, no delays)
We guarantee our consistently high standards of professional practice
Prompt notification of your exam results
Prompt dispatch of certificates to you
We confidently promise free exam resit and free additional tuition should a student fail an exam
Please send your enquiry to:
Susan Alexander BSc (Hons) PGCE QTS CBiol CSci MRSB FRSPH FRGS
Training provider: Aaron Scott and Black (Ringwood)
Registered at 67 Wessex Estate, Ringwood, Hampshire. BH24 1XD
CIEH withdraws accredited training qualifications in April 2017.
The CIEH has now fully withdrawn from offering any accredited qualifications from 29 April 2017. If you’ve been using CIEH courses as part of your accredited staff training courses, you’ll need to find another Awarding Body.
Happily, we have the solution, as we offer fully Ofqual-accredited RQF qualifications which are listed on the Ofqual Register of Regulated Qualifications (RRQ) and aimed at all businesses which require properly recognised accredited staff qualifications for your quality and due diligence systems.
Our Awarding Body is HABC, and all the qualifications we offer are recognised by Local Authorities, Port Authorities, the MCA and auditors such as BRC, SAI Global and SALSA.
We specialise in delivering accredited food safety, HACCP and auditing training to the maritime, catering and manufacturing industries, and are happy to come to you to train your staff.
If you’d like us to deliver on-site training at your premises, we’re happy to come to you on dates to suit you, or for individuals, you are very welcome to join our next open courses which run in Ringwood, Hampshire.
Please contact us for details of how to join an accredited food safety or HACCP training course and obtain an accredited qualification please telephone Susan Alexander, FRSPH, on 01425 482831
Food Safety at Sea Level 2 Award (RQF) from Aaron Scott and Black
At Aaron Scott and Black, we are very excited to have delivered a new course for seafarers on 12 May: Level 2 Award in Food Safety at Sea. This one-day qualification course ends in a multiple choice RQF-accredited exam and has been developed especially for mariners in the Superyachting, cruising and shipping industries to address the specific hazards to food while at sea, especially now that tighter regulations surround the qualifications of those who handle and prepare food at sea.
Those who are booking on our courses include existing crew who now need an accredited qualification to retain their jobs, as well as new recruits (“greenhorns”!) as part of their training. If you are aiming to join the world of Superyacht crew, competition is stiff, so it’s a great idea to gain this qualification to add it to your CV before you sign up with a recruitment agency. Those who are booking their places on the course include Galley crew, Stewards and Stewardesses and Deckhands.
All the candidates must attend the course in person (it is not an online course!) because the new marine regulations mean that online courses are no longer accepted in the industry and crew must provide an accredited certificate showing that it is an RQF Ofqual officially recognised qualification listed on the Register of Regulated Qualifications (RRQ).
Aaron Scott and Black is delighted to offer these Food Safety at Sea courses to support our many marine clients in the Southampton, Hamble, Warsash and Portsmouth areas, in the Superyachting, cruising and shipping industries. Our next Level 2 Award in Food Safety at Sea takes place on Monday 3 July and again on Monday 7 August 2017.